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Re: overriding RAIDframe disks as root disks with multiboot
Manuel Bouyer wrote:
> It's MD. BTINFO_ROOTDEVICE only exists on x86, sandpoint and zaurus.
I suppose we do not want MD code in RAIDframe...
> Also I'm not sure why you want this behavior. If you want to specify the
> root filesystem on the command line, don't set raidctl -A root on
> the raidframe device.
This would only work if all the kernels supported the multiboot command.
NetBSD 3 does not. I have a case where I need "-A root" for NetBSD 3
on one file system and NetBSD 5 on a second raid. Without the multiboot
command NetBSD 5 always tries to boot from the wrong file system.
Another point is, that IMO command line arguments should take
precedence. I was surprised when specifying "root=..." did not work.
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